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10.10.2013| By Matt Dobschuetz|
At Shure, we talk a lot about the audio signal path when we refer to sound’s journey from microphone to mixer to P.A. system. But we were blown away by a recent Disney Research Technology project called “Ishin-Den-Shin” which transmits an audio signal, in part, through the human body. The project’s audio …
08.01.2012| By Shure Notes|
Contributor: Josh Isenhart, Consultant, Sound Engineer Worship Technology Solutions, Markey’s Rental and Staging “The point is this: good sound is good sound. A church building is really a performance space, and all of the rules of sound reinforcement apply.” Josh Isenhart is a freelance audio engineer and consultant for church technical ministries. Having sat through many a budget discussion, we knew he’d have some sound opinions about building a solid system to share with our readers. This is what he had to say. 1. Old Isn’t Necessarily Bad Before you start drafting that shopping list, …
04.29.2010| By Shure Notes|
READING THE WRITTEN SOUND A phonograph cartridge is a micro-manufactured electro-mechanical device that tells your entire audio system what’s happening along the half-mile groove that’s cut into the typical analogue disc. The quality of the information provided by the cartridge is a critical determinant of how faithfully any audio system will reproduce the recorded sound. CANTILEVERS & CARTRIDGE OPERATION The cantilever (1) is a tube, or bar, with a diamond stylus tip (2) attached at one end, and a magnet (3) at the other (in the case of moving magnet cartridges). The cantilever must vibrate …